Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
This course shows resemblance to the course MATH 1175, except the subject of trigonometry which will be next after intermediate algebra. This course requires deep understanding prior to this class and this is the gateway to apply into the courses of Algebra-Based Physics Part 1, Statics and Precalculus.
Course highlights:
Hard to tell though; but I have already gain a very easy understanding of the course overall by writing down formulas and utilizing formulas to complete the questions instead of writing sentences.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
I advise students to take advantage of graded homeworks and notes, including textbooks (borrowed) to complete the questions in the books as the following of the classroom review.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
For people who do not think that math is important or relevant in real life, this course will make you feel differently. We all spend and calculate our money but that is basic and natural. Statistics is more advanced and it is real life scenarios.
Course highlights:
I learned how to find the subject/number I was looking for out of a million by using a simple equation. I also learned how to create unique equations based on what I was looking for. We used real scenarios or problems, therefore, the numbers weren't just numbers anymore. The numbers became real, they represented people, places, or things.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
This school only gave about 4 exams including the final in a 4 month period. Thats everything you learned in one month on one exam, that's a lot of information. That being said it is important to practice your math skills on a daily basis. Even if you understand everything clearly in class and get all the answers right, you will fail the exams if you do not thoroughly practice the problems. Practice, practice, practice, and do not ever stop. The techniques and steps WILL leave your brain if you haven't seen the material in week.